Island boards of health reported two new coronavirus cases over Labor Day weekend on the Island — breaking a weeklong caseless streak and marking the first new cases in September.

The two new Covid-19 patients were both tested at TestMV, the comprehensive coronavirus testing site on the Island.

According to a board of health report on Tuesday, one of the new patients is a male in his 30s and the other is a female in her 20s.

There have now been 69 confirmed positive coronavirus patients on the Island since the pandemic began in mid-March. An additional 21 patients have tested positive for viral antibodies, and three have been symptomatically diagnosed with the virus - putting the Island’s total coronavirus caseload at 93.

TestMV, which is focused on testing asymptomatic patients for the virus, has now tested 12,666 patients since the pandemic began, with 24 of those tests coming back positive.

The Martha’s Vineyard Hospital, which is testing symptomatic patients and their close contacts for the virus, has tested 4,270 patients, with 45 tests coming back positive.

The age breakdown for cases is as follows: nine under 20; 14 in their 20s; 12 in their 30s; 4 in their 40s; 17 in their 50s; nine in their 60s; and three over the age of 70.

Statewide, the Department of Public Health reported 168 new cases on Tuesday and eight new deaths. More than 121,000 patients have tested positive for the virus in the state, and 8,933 have died.

No deaths have been reported on Martha’s Vineyard.

Updated with age and gender of second new case.